Gideon, I have tried to reason about the things that you say, but it seems that you for the most part are just repeating them again. You don't explain why the flaws I point out are not actually flaws, you just repeat what you said before in the same or different words.
When someone does something "wrong", we should not say the person is not following Jah. We should say that they are not following Jah in the best possible way according to our knowledge. But the fact is that they are following him in the best way that THEY know about, so they are not to blame for the choice that they made.
If a man is leading a group of people and one person is heading off in another direction, then I wouldn't say that he is not following the man in the best possible way according to his knowledge. He is simply not following the man. The reason he is not following the man may be because of his lack of knowledge, but either way, he is still not following the man. Because if he was following the man, then he would be moving in the same direction as the man.
When a parent teaches their children to follow their directions, they usually have children that follow their directions. But the parent who just lets the child "not follow the directions in the best possible way according to the child's knowledge" will always have a child that doesn't follow their directions. You can change it up in your mind all you like, but there still exists children who listen to their parents and children who don't listen to their parents and all the ranges in between. Just as their are people who listen to Jah and people who don't listen to Jah and all the ranges in between.
Earlier you said,
3. There is no forgiveness in the law. You are either one hundred percent perfect or you are out. If you believe that you have sinned, then you cannot look to the law to declare you pure, ever. Your past cannot be forgotten in the legal tradition, because it is a part of who you are.
When you are speaking about the way of the law and legal tradition, I assume that you are speaking the law Jah showed the Israelites. I have already shown you that there is forgiveness in the law, according to the scriptures where the law comes from. Just because you have sinned in the past doesn't mean that you are always condemned. Jah has always forgiven, that has never changed. You are speaking falsely about the Jah when you say that their is not forgiveness with the law and I have already pointed that out the other times you brought up this same reasoning, but you just go back and repeat it again. But you haven't once showed me why you think I am incorrect about the scripture that shows that Jah has always forgiven us, and the sins of the past doesn't condemn us in the future if we turn to Jah.
So what is the use. It doesn't really seem like you are interested in reasoning, it seems that you are only interested in trying to display the logic that is compiled from your theories. You are just confusing yourself by playing with the logic of your theories in different ways.
Your mind is too much into theories, you should take a closer look at reality. Many ideas can sound plausible in your mind, but have no place in reality.
I have said everything I want to say about this subject of doing Jah will or not doing Jah will. If you are not convinced by what I have already said, then I can't convince you of it. Based on what I have already heard about your theory, I myself know and accept that I will never be convinced of this theory of yours, and I don't consider it as a useful frame of mind for I trod towards Jah.
If we continue, you will just repeat the same theories again, and I will just repeat the same reasons why I think that your theories are not based in reality. I really don't have the desire to ponder too many theories. Reality is much more useful for I.
Haile Selassie I